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Vascular disease can affect the arteries and veins throughout your body, leading to potentially serious complications like heart attack, stroke, ruptured blood vessels, blood clots or kidney failure. In fact, people with vascular disease have six times greater risk for experiencing symptoms of heart disease

Vascular disease and the conditions it causes can be treated, especially when it’s detected early. CMC offers extensive screening services to help you identify potential problems and recommend treatment options so you can maintain your overall health. We also use traditional open surgery as well as cutting-edge endovascular techniques to treat vascular diseases. Our highly-trained physicians, nurses, and technicians can guide you through lifestyle changes, surgical options, and medicinal treatments to help you regain vascular health.

Why Choose CMC?

Highly Experienced Vascular Specialists

Our vascular surgeons are specially trained to operate on arteries and veins. They work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team that includes interventional radiologists, cardiologists and cardiovascular & thoracic surgeons to provide you with an unparalleled level of vascular care.

CMC’s Vein & Vascular Specialists

The staff was incredible

“First of all, it was easy to get to. The staff was incredible—by the end of my visit, they felt like family. The whole experience from beginning to end was wonderful,” shares John Whiting a patient of  CMC’s Vein & Vascular Specialists.

What to expect from a

Vascular Screening

CMC's Chief of Vascular Surgery, Patricia Furey, MD, FACS educates viewers on vascular screening and diseases.

What do your legs say

about your health?

Vascular screenings are a valuable tool to help detect and treat problems early, which can help detect more serious diseases like stroke or aneurysm. Learn if a vascular screeing is right for you by completeing our short questionaire.

New Treatment for Carotid Artery Disease

Minimally Invasive Procedure Prevents Stroke

For CMC patient, Gerald, being the first patient to try a new procedure was an easy decision. "After everything I’ve been through with the cancer, I knew I didn’t want to have a stroke too! I’ve got two great doctors and I’ve lived an extra ten years because of them. And I’ll probably live 10 more now. I feel great.”

Read Gerald's story

Vascular team

Our vascular physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and support staff bring extensive expertise and skill to each procedure, and take a personal interest in your well-being.

Celebrating our 2020

top heart, thoracic & vascular docs

Leading the way in their field, the physicians of CMC's New England Heart & Vascular Institute, are committed to providing you with the latest and most advanced treatment options in the region. Congratulations for being recognized in the 2020 NH Magazine Top Doctors survey.
Steven P. Beaudette, MD, FACC
Craig Berry, MD, FACC
Jeffrey Bleakley, MD, FACC
David Caparrelli, MD, FACS
Robert C. Capodilupo, MD, FACC
Louis Fink, MD, FACC
James M. Flynn, MD, FACC, FSCAI 
Patricia Furey, MD, FACS
Stephen Hanlon, MD, FACC
Connor Haugh, MD, FACC
Jaime H. Kim, MD, FACC
Patrick Mahon, MD, FACS
Daniel Philbin, MD, FACC
Gerald Sardella, MD
Benjamin Westbrook, MD, FACS

Patricia C. Furey, MD, FACS, Vascular Surgery

Meet one of our 2020 Top Docs

“I had the hope at a young age that an individual could make a difference in the world. Now as an adult and a surgeon that is a certainty and this is why we have passion for our work. Medicine gives back every moment our patients give us their hope and trust. I am sustained by my faith in my work, my incredibly loving and patient family, skillful, talented partners and team members at my hospital who support the work we undertake at the highest level. I am surrounded by heroes.”

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